Solutions for syncing iTunes on Android phone-Part 2

In the previous article, I focused on how to make use of two programs of Double Twist for Windows(Mac) and Double Twist for Andriod to realize the iTunes syncing to Android phone. Here, I found out another way from howtogeek.com to carry it out.

Salling Media

Salling Media Sync synchronizes playlists, music, and podcasts from iTunes and photos from Adobe Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop Album SE onto your mobile phone. It’s free to use, but when registered it intelligently updates your phone, which is much faster.

System Requirements
Windows XP SP2 with WMP11, Windows Vista, or Windows 7 (also available for Mac OS X)
iTunes 7.6.x – 10.1.1 (for music and podcasts)
Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.x – 8.x or Adobe Photoshop Album SE 3.2 (for photos)

A wide range of portable devices can work with the software. The supported devices models are listed like Acer, Blackberry, Dell, Google, HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, Samsung, Sony, Sony Ericsson, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

Cons: Salling Media Sync does not copy DRM-protected media, as it wouldn’t play on your device. Music that has been ripped from CDs in MP3 or M4A format will sync without problems.

Step 1: Install the Salling Media on your computer.

It will ask you to mount your phone as a disk drive when you launch it; so pick up your phone, swipe down the notification bar, and tap the disk drive option.

Once you mount your phone as a disk drive, Salling Media immediately detects your phone as an external storage media. Head over to the music tab, click the sync button, and you’ll find all your iTunes music in your Android; quick and easy.

If you happen to subscribe to podcasts, and you want to listen to them in your phone, Salling Media got you covered. You can sync all your podcasts

… or simply select those you want to listen. Click the sync button once you have made up your selection, and you’ll get all your podcast in your phone….

However, if either of two applications can’t impress you, here still have an alternative: convert iTunes file to MP4 for better playback on Android phone. In the case, iTunes to Android Converter can be your great helper-it does fantastic conversion job and optimal presets for Andrid devices like Samsung Galaxy S3, Motorola Xoom, HTC Flyer and more. According to the OS you run, choose Mac iTunes to Android Converter for Mac OSX (Mountain Lion included).

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